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Chrysler Dealer Council to resume elections

by David Zatz on

The last elections for the Chrysler Dealer Council took place in early 2004, for one-year terms; elections then stopped under DaimlerChrysler. Automotive News quoted Chrysler’s Kathy Graham as saying that the move was a sign of going back to “business as usual.” However, participants must own dealers which sell all three brands – Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep.
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Arrigo Dodge’s owner, co-chair of the council, was quoted by Automotive News’ Bradford Wernie as saying that even in the past year, the council had been a strong force in gaining dealer cash and had pushed hard for the dealers.

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